Finger control via touchscreens is the rule nowadays – whether for ticket machines in car parks or for operating complex mechanical systems. However, if touch-sensitive screens are also to work reliably under all conditions, their touch controllers require individual programming.
As part of the Electronic Displays Conference included within this year’s edition of the annual Embedded World exhibition in Nuremberg, Stephan Meyer-Loges, Product Manager for Embedded Systems at Garz & Fricke, will be speaking about the individual programming of touch controllers for optimum customization within HMI projects. What particular challenges do developers face and which parameters do they have to consider?
Find out about this and more on Wednesday, 27 February, from 1.55 p.m. onwards. You can also take advantage of this opportunity to talk to the speaker in person on our stand afterwards (Hall 2, Stand 240).
We look forward to your visit.